Remote Meetings & Remote Work: Options and Resources
With all the needs for remote access for working from home or remotely we thought we can help you out with some ideas that can make your life a little easier to do so. Some of these options are free or low cost to keep your office running.
1. Webex is now offering free meetings up to 50 people. This allows you to remotely have video conferences and still interact with people face to face in a more human interaction. You can check them out here.
2. If you are needing to have interactive documents, Microsoft office has a free version and another excellent choice is Google Docs. These allow for easy sharing and collaboration.
4. Needing to have a creative place to draw your whiteboards work collaboratively and have a product that can help with project management check out Trello.
5. Finally, if you need tech support we are here to help you out with setup of any of these products and services. Say your camera is not working or your audio is broken, we can fix that most of the time remotely and very quickly.
We hope this can give you the right tools for your online remote business needs. If you have any questions regarding these remote resources, please reach out to our team!
Stay safe and make sure to follow the health guidelines from the CDC.
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